Reviews and Problems with Sony Tablet S (SGPT111 / SGPT112 / SGPT113)
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5 April 2013
Summary: Good seller. The tablet have a problem with the backlight lamp. When you up the light intensity, after 2 mins +/- of use, the light turn off. I can use the tablet with the light under 75% of total capacity. But i can read in some web blogs, this problem is recurrent in the Sony Tablet S. Still, I recommend this product for the speed and good construccion and model.
Summary: I was just about to give up on Sony, then I got this. This sleek little device has anything you would want from an Ipad or other android tablets, but at a fraction of the price. The break down. Performance:The tablet is fast and allows for tweaking of it's settings in the "developer" portion of the settings menu. It does lag some times when there is a live background playing, or when you have more than 2 apps running at once.
Summary: This tablet is very versatile. It is great for people who travel or like to carry a light weight, user friendly device with them. I use the remote control all of the time at home and looking up items on the internet is as easy as my lap top computer. I look forward to becoming more knowledgeable with this tablet because the more I use it, the more I like it.
Summary: Although some people like them smaller, I like the Sony tablet. The touchscreen is responsive, the "menu" to the bottom makes it easy to navigate between screens and it is very intuitive. My 6 year old is using it as if he was born with a Sony tablet in hand! The web browser closes unexpectedly from time to time but that's the only issue that I have with it thus far.
Summary: I am a fan of Sony's products - and I am not disapointed by this one. Sony's usual quality, as expected. So, nothing to fear here. I am not a techno Bill, so dont expect details. Pros are: perceived quality, screen responsiveness - in my oppinion, better than Sansung's. Con's: Sony is economical, to say the least. This tablet comes with... a recharger. Thats it. No cables whatsoever. No screen protector. No case. No nothing. No usb inlet.
Summary: Now I don't have to carry a bulky laptop PC in my trips and it's much appreciated! It works well everywhere under public Wi-Fi to see webs, to do emails and to watch movies. Some negatives are: it's an old model therefore has limited accessories; too slow when mobile games are operated; images are not vivid on the Skype communication.
Summary: Im not a apple fan and their conforming ways so android works well for me. it was the first tablet with a ir blaster and it works well on all devices i own. the round edge however that they say hold it like a magazine sometime if you are right handed and you go to swivel the tablet it will be set up for a left hand person and if you rotate to hold it in your right hand it wont rotate the image to display like that.